Air conditioning airflow issues can eventually lead to your compressor failing. That’s why it’s so important to have these problems examined by a reliable AC repair technician as soon as you notice warm and cool spots in various rooms. If your house is not getting cool enough or you experience air pressure issues, there are additional signs that you have an airflow problem with your AC unit.
1. Blower Fans Not Working
Blower fans move the air through your ducts and keep the airflow consistent. If they are blocked by any objects or bogged down with dirt or dust, they can move much slower than they are designed to, which means the air will not move as quickly.
2. Condenser Unit Not Clear
The condenser unit should always be free from debris and dirt. Try to remember to visually inspect it often so that it is not covered by leaves, branches or other objects in your yard.
3. Air Filters Not Replaced
Always replace your air filters as often as the maker of your AC unit recommends. This is an inexpensive and relatively easy way to make sure that the air is always flowing through your home.
4. Ducts Not Clean
The ductwork in your home can accumulate dirt at any age, but older systems are more likely to be damaged in some way, such as cracks that allow air to escape. Your ductwork may need to be expertly cleaned or repaired.
5. AC Unit Inefficient
Pay attention to the age of your AC unit to make sure that it has been updated along with any new construction that you have done on your home. A repair tech will be able to tell you if the AC unit model is out of date.
Finding a Trustworthy Air Conditioning Repair Service
At MD Air Conditioning & Heating in San Antonio, we are ready to assist you with all of your AC repair needs. Call us for an appointment today. Besides air conditioning, we offer heating and indoor air quality services too.Tags: AC Repair, Air Conditioning, Airflow